93 Mustang GT - Pefect Street Car

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  1. indy-bolt

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    I am selling my 93 GT. I am definitely going to miss it. It has been a two owner car and I have owned it for the last 9 years. All of the modifications have been done while I owned the car. It truely is what a street car should be. I am asking $15,900.

    Please let me know if you have any questions. The car is located on the southside of Indianapolis. If you would like to talk to me about it, my cell is (317) 413-2149. Now I will let the modifications speak for the car.

    Engine:
    347 Stroker – built and balanced by Tom Hooker (he used to build all the Aurora Indy Car engines)
    Vortech S-Trim supercharger (never pullied over 12 lbs.)
    Anderson Power Pipe
    Edelbrock Victor Jr. Heads (bigger valves 2.02 and 1.94) – the heads have also been CC’d and O-Ringed
    Ford X-303 Cam
    Ford Racing 1.6 Rockers
    Ford Racing Lifters
    J&E Pistons
    Chevy Racing rods
    Milidon Oil Pan
    MSD 6AL, MSD Blaster 2 Coil, MSD Cap and Rotor, MSD Wires
    Pro-M 80mm Mass Air
    Accufab 75mm throttle body & EGR Spacer
    CHP Spyder Intake
    Double Roller Timing Chain
    Ford Racing Radiator
    Diablo Custom tuned chip

    Driveline:
    T-5 transmission with G-Force internals
    Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch
    Pro 5.0 Shifter
    Ford Racing Aluminum Driveshaft

    Fuel:
    Aeromotive A1000 EFI Fuel System
    Aeromotive rear sumped tank
    Ford Racing 80# Injectors
    All braided stainless lines

    Exhaust:
    BBK equal length Shorty Headers
    X-Pipe
    Flowmaster 2-Chambers w/ Dumps
    Exhaust Cut-outs

    Suspension:
    Auto Weld Chassis Mini Tub Kit – The rear suspension is extremely nice on this car. The kit was used from this company, but the frame was not notched as I only had plans for driving it on the street and wanted to keep all of the structural integrity. The rear floor was cut out and replaced with sheet metal. We then welded many cross bars of 1.5” square tubing. The rear end is strong and it hooks hard on the street.
    The rear end itself is the 8.8 with the seams welded. It has an Auburn 31 spline differential and Moser 31 spline axles.
    Steeda rear lower control arms and upper control arms
    The rear has single adjustable coilovers with 170# springs.
    Up front is a Granatelli Tubular K-member, control arms, and coilover kit (300# springs).
    Caster Camber kit

    Brakes:
    5 Lug cobra brake kit all the way around – 13 in rotors in the front and 11 in the rear.

    Interior:
    Kenny Brown Street Cage
    Racing Seats
    Schroth Racing Belts
    Auto Meter Gauges (Boost, Fuel Pressure, Water Temp, Oil Pressure)
    Fast Wideband
    Auto Meter Shift Light
    Black Carpet
    Painless 3 switch panel with purge
    Battery in Stainless box

    Exterior:
    Cobra front and rear bumper covers
    Saleen wing
    Cervinis 4” cowl hood
    Paint is the factory color blue with pearl in the clear coat
    Forgeline RS Street wheels (17 x 8 in front and 17 x 10 in the rear) you can go bigger in the rear with the mini tub kit, but I just liked these wheels and the available tire size. The tires are Nitto NT555’s in the front and NT555R’s in the back


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